Indianapolis, IN 317-674-3024 Raccoon Removal-Raccoon Trapping-Raccoon Cont

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Indianapolis, Indiana

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Common raccoon (Procyon lotor) and skunk (Meph...
Common raccoon (Procyon lotor) and skunk (Mephitis mephitis) in a Hollywood, California back yard feasting on cat food. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

I receive calls from frantic homeowners in Indianapolis, IN every year about scary noises coming from the attic. These noises more often than not are raccoon removal in nature. Although lovable cartoon characters, an actual live wild raccoon can be a nuisance and a bit frightening. The truth in the matter raccoons will bite if they feel frightened. Always call a wildlife professional to trap and remove the conflict raccoon or raccoon family living in your attic.

Families across the nation have found themselves in the midst of animal control issues for years now. Back years ago a pest control company dealing with pest control such as insects and bugs were the first call for these wildlife conflicts. The truth is pest control companies are not trained or equipped to handle most nuisance wildlife issues in a home, business or church. Old time trappers have adapted and have become the new face of nuisance wildlife removal. Trappers have transcended into new roles as animal control and preventative animal control and as the years have past we have become the new “Indianapolis, IN Animal Control Officers in Nuisance Wildlife Removal” . Indianapolis, IN Pest Control Companies will try to have a tech that will get licensed and that is fine. Just remember that tech is paid by the hour and has no liability for the work completed. All liability is on the pest control company.

Raccoon (Procyon lotor). Français : Raton lave...
Raccoon (Procyon lotor). Français : Raton laveur (Appellé Racoon en Guadeloupe) (Procyon lotor). Author: Darkone, 5. August 2005 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A raccoon will use your attics insulation as a latrine and will defecate(poop), urinate (pee) and tear up your attic insulation. in some extreme cases cause ceiling failure allowing the raccoon family direct access to your living spaces. A coon family living in your attic will continue to have more young. in fact if the a female is killed her sister or even her daughter will move in and begin to make families of her own. Only by trapping the raccoon from the attic can the conflict begin to be fixed.

Once the raccoon or raccoons have been removed from your home a attic restoration or attic clean out will need to be completed. This is the act of removing attic insulation and the feces impacted insulation. All contaminated insulation must be removed. The feces impacted insulation is considered hazardous material and should be removed by professionals. The raccoon carries a round worm that can be fatal to humans.

Once the insulation is removed it is best to have the insulation blown in. There are products out there that boast pest control and they are a great product. However, if the job was completed correctly the expensive insulation shouldn’t be necessary.

In conclusion raccoon or coon removal be experienced raccoon control and coon control experts are the best call when dealing with raccoon removal or coon removal issues in Indianapolis, IN.

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